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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishweftweft /weft/ noun   the weft
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weftHis skin in this brutal morning light is textured and darkened by a weft of tiny arterial threads, some almost blue.She only knew one of these girls, who operated a weft loom she serviced.On some fabrics it may be possible to pull a weft thread from the fabric leaving a guideline along which to cut.The warp thread is wound round the pegs and two large and two small shuttles used for weaving the weft.A simple weaving shed or thread separator is used to raise and lower the warp threads through which the weft is woven.As they use much thinner weft than warp strands, more knots are tied on the vertical than the horizontal axis.D'ye see, little hands have to struggle to free the trapped weft before the frame drops?
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